orb3000 · Feb 15, 2010 at 01:30 pm

Boing Released with Accelerometer Support

Necroteck has created a game called boing that recently received an update. The game reminds me of a pre-Mario Bros age.

Originally Posted by necrotek
A New version of Boing is available on my website. This requires a device that has opengl es support.

Touch the screen or use arrow keys to start or pause the game.
Tilt the device side to side to move the ball.
Enter button exits the game.
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BOING… is a game built for use on a HTC windows mobile phone with a tilt sensor / accelerometer / g-sensor. Move the device to move the ball and bounce from platform to platform.

-older version instructions-

The phone I used to test development has a resolution of 240 x 320.
I have tried to add support for larger resolutions but am unable to test.
I have also tried to make it usable by phones without an accelerometer with the arrow keys.

Continue on to the application thread.

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